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Could a Weight-Loss Surgery Lead to Alcohol Abuse?

WEDNESDAY, May 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- After a popular type of weight-loss surgery, nearly 21 percent of patients develop a drinking problem, sometimes years later, researchers report.

The esearchers followed more than 2,000 patients who had weight-loss surgery at 10 hospitals across the United States.

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Kids, Adults React Equally to Allergy Patch Tests

TUESDAY, Oct. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Adults and children who have allergy patch tests are equally likely to react to skin allergens, but they tend to react to different types of skin allergens, a new study finds.

Dr. Kathryn A. Zug, of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., and her colleagues found rates of positive tests for at least one allergen were about the same among children (51.2%) and adults (54.1%). They compared 391 children under the age of 18 and 9,670 adults aged 19 and older.

However, the study found "significant differences between the frequency of individual positive reactions to allergen patch tests in children and adults; children were more likely to have reactions to nickel, cobalt, thimerosal and lanolin, whereas adults were more likely to have positive reactions to neomycin, fragrance mix, M. pereirae (balsam of Peru [an extract from the balsam tree used as an alternative therapy]) and quaternium 15," the researchers wrote.

They found that some children reacted to supplemental allergens not included in common patch test series (15%) or in commercially available tests (39%). Compared to adults, children with a positive reaction were more likely to have atopic dermatitis (reactions on skin not directly in contact with an allergen) included as one of their final diagnoses -- 34% vs. 11.2%.

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